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Y.-EHKLY OREGON - STATESMAN. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902.
Published evary Ttieaday and Friday by the
STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY '
. K. 3. HC51RI KS, lUnater.
: v su escb iktion rate
Cme year, In atTitwe. .a. ..i. ..,,
stxmouma, in nivtaee ......
thnm nonii. in l'tvu ,
On year, vb Um ..-..i..
') The S'tman hat tnn atabl!ahcd fnr nearly
fifty-two year, and it bm ame otecriben who
nave receireJ t nearly mat Ion?, and sassy
wno nave iea it tor a generation, doim oil
these object to bavins the uwr dis-onUnoed
tti time of expiration of trwlr jotocripUon
or the btnfit Of toe, and ior other n-aaonar
we bareconcloded to diaoontinne bud rrfUiont I On. nkUiufcif;af irtM In Mmmnn no
only when n.Uftd to do ao. Ail pemoua paying 1 . -kla
auLaeriUng. or psytsv In advance, wtu jby. perriapa 10.000,000 "American fam
Ijm lh benefit af tbe dollar rate. But if they I,.. ,-.'. ''
dosotpiyf raix Brasilia, the rale will beU2l
a year, Ure(ir we will aend the paper to all
trapoiwibie persona who order it, though they
not aead the money, wlib the uaderaUnd-
log thatthay are to p fl-syear.lnea4tbey. i.-. t .'.,' r.,
let the iaataertpUon account run oer six bneflt from any-tariff. law-? Tnean-
num.lii. la order that I her ntav U no nil nun I v.Mi.a. ,wi -., . Tt-"
r Jnrtndlng, we will keep Ut itotioe atasding
i tain piaoa ill to paper. - - ?
CIRCULATION (SWORN) OVER 4000
LYNCH IN GS NORTH AND SOUTH.
Bsecisely what Senator i Oalilnger
expects to accomplish by his resolu-
tlon provldlna; that the Senate Judi -
clary : Committee make an Investlga-
tion into the subject of lynching" In
the United States I not easily deter-
mined. . His ostensible purpose was
to ascertain, throug-H the action of tji'e
committee, if there 1 any remedy for
such outrages. Congress, is now with
in about one month of the season when
the climate of "Washing-ton order an
adjournment without the formality; of
a vote. it is with great difficulty that
a quorum la secured after about the 1st
of June, and there are important I
measures before Congress for con si d- I
eration. Senator Oalllng-er went out I
of his way to disclaim any purpose of
precipitating- a sectional controversy, J
but If we admit the candor of such I
disclaimer the- fact remain that the
introduction of the resolution at this
late dav in-the session can have no
omerv enect, Lynching renect both
upon ihe character of our people and
oi our wuri nere are too many I
ways by which Influence may be em-
jjloyed to release .known crtmjnals
from the hand of law officers. These
Influences , reach Into the Federal as
well as Into the sute courts. The
Han rrancfsco Kuiletln oall attention
to the fact that at the present time,
of three men who robbed the Govern: down -with an atmosphere of selfish
meat of several '.millions of moneytwo. ess; and the man who would strive
from their retreat In Canada, defy the
federal Government, while the third,
""; ..pvranttwsu Jt? exnaust i
the resources at his command and se-
cure nia reiease. i ne tnree tnieves
who appropriated money which ousrht I
to have been paid ,; lno .;, the Cuban
treasury are. at large, one with . par
aon in nis pocket, tne others- witft in-
fluenoe enough behind thenj to secure
new trials as long as trials shall re-
! - "
There Is no escape from the conclu-
slon thir as long as courts fall L conHrrfay be those amona the Idle and dis
uuiy mere win oe jyncnings. j nere .
will be more In the South and the
west man m tne tast, Because escape
from the consequences of J crime Js
more eay in comparatively thinly set-
t .1 w-... a? a I a MM
imrm w,e luunirjr. ...a e name-
less crime Which is the chief cause for
England toake law Into their own
nanus as it aoe the people or Texas
orCotorado,-lX. the conditions In New
England afforded perprtrators of this
crime like chances of escape.. There
I not so much difference between the
men of the East and those of the
South and the West as In the condi
tions under, which'' people of . different
section "lire, xnere are, of course,
instances of an appeal' toj lynch- law
whenuch appeal , waa unnecessary.
Uu to command the 'confidence of the
people, courts must habitually enforce
the la w. An occasional show of readi
ness to do their duty does not make
f s -
much .Impression upon' th emind of
men who have -seen criminal after I
criminal escape punishment.' Very few!
of' bur people Justify an appeal' to The question has often been dlscuss
lynch law, except under- exceptional u th rulr of a nt'n. be he Pre-
condlt'.ohs. But such appeal will be
made as long a- noted criminal walk
the streets of our large-cities under
no apparent fear of punishment.
THE FOOD TRU8T.
The opponents of the Administration
pretend to believe that the; meat trust
can fee demolished by repealing ' the
duties on Imports of meat.) These ad
vocates of free trade in meats, or In
other things, do not explain why put
ting meats on the free list would bring
that article under J the " operation
of haw, white It Is well known that the
. OP SIX WEEKS.
Beginning Monday. June 30. wH be con
flue tad in one-of the rooms of the Port
.'land Business College, corber Park arK
Waahlngton streeu. It will be strictly
cbool of study, denigned to aid teactwr.
to higher grade In the August examlna
( Von. . Further-trtlcuUra cut appUcstior
.OPEN ALL THE YEAR :
The Portland business College is open at
- the . year. Students . way nter at an?
tia. tor special branches or a - reguta'
course, and receive Individual or c'.a in
struction.' a preferred. Call or send fo
eataiogue. -Learn what and bow we teac
A- P. Araniraag, LL a, PrlBctpal.
most, absolute trusts in the country
deal In domestic product that are ex
posed to foreign competition. The
Standard Oil trust 1 ;ha . made several
owners of Its stock? multi-millionaire.
The principal- owner and manager is
considered by men in it posHlon to
know the richest private man In the
world, Whether or not he Is the rich-
I M, c amo. the richest, and he
e ne amonj me ricneit, mo n
I ha made his millions out of oil
- . ... . '
monopoly of , that native product ha
,l,v.i , r..- .,
. " ",Tr- . ,'.. "
creatures of tariff awv why why not
annihilate this trust which derives no
"' - ' "
i arr imiraqe conditions. -v 1 n' autie
on soft coal do not afford the hard coal
of Pennsylvania any real protection.
Why. then if the trusts depend upon
duties- for profits, not proceed asrainst
th anthracite coal trust?" The meat
trust Is protected by a duty of-2 cent
t f - -
a pound. -When there is a rise In
meat prices of more than 2 ceh ts a
pound the tariff doe not stand In th
way of . Importation . of meat. The
J meat trust, iri Imitation of the Stand-
ard 0 trout and the hard coat trust,
nxe prices of cattle and dressed
meats by combinations which restrain
J trade. The. cattle raiser cannot deal
I with butcher or the ; butchers with
cattle raisers without expoaJn; them-
selves to reprisals on the part of the
j meat trust, ph one side there is com-
I blnatlon jand on the other. Individual
taction. The Individual, 8e he cattle
I raiser -r butcher, find hi principal
market closed against him if one deals
directly with the other. But the ad
vocates of the repeal of meat duties
have never shown how the repeal ! of
these duties would break up the. com-
binatlon by which cattle raiser and
cattle buyers are prevented from trad-
Ing-' directly with' each other.
' :. THE GOLDEN RULE.
; Golden Rule is a theme for ae
jademic discussion In several Eastern
contemporaries. The statement of
Mayor Jones that he considers the rule
pVactical, and that he Is working along
that line, open up two sides to a,ques.
ton that, seemed to have but one. A
writer wom Mr. Jones' precept and
practice have not yet convinced says
"As human beings, we arel weighted
to rive up to the Ideal law in hi in
tercourse with his fellow, would. meet
with contumely, suspicion ; constant
it quite true that men of business
. rii.j .
fervent protestations of a man of a
purpose to do In all cases as he would
hike to have other do to him.- After
Lt the rule "only requires absolute
honesty. It does not require, an hon
lest, thrifty man to divide hi saVinas
wlth the idle and dissolute. There
8olute who would like to share with
th- indimtriou. and nmvMont h.t th,
desire is not strictly honesL The rule
not reqUIre a. man to do as every
vtnrabond would like , him to do. but
pjy to do as a prudent and Industrl-
ou - ma- wou,d k- th da of
cltxen, to do by h1m &tuU the GXi
en Rule is a hard law to live up to. It
not mmn communism, but it does
mean an exaKatIon of honestv that
wouldSgreatly embarrass a thoroughly
respectable modern business man. A
man who takes advantage of lnIde In
formation to buy a piece of property
at less t hah Its value, when that In
formation ' become general, does n"
th4ng the seller can complain of, but
the Golden Rule would require him to-
pay the price the property Is worth.
A general recognition- of this require
ment would greatly reduce the volume
of business done In the United. States
and other countries, but it would mak
a lovely world to live in. -.
PERILS OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP.
IJent,; Emperor of King,, can, consist-
"r w. me ; pertormance w mi au-
tles to, bis -people, ; cultivate relations
of good fellowship with brother rulers.
Critics of art work In Its various de
partments often avoid acquaintance
with artists whose work they may be
called upon to criticise, on the ground
that personal acquaintance may Influ
ence the tone of a criticism. States
men with a- high conception of their
mission often prefer to know foreign
statesmen witft whom they may hare
to deal only In their official capacitj-.
An Eastern contemporary Is now
speculating upon the effect the recent
visit of Prince Henry will have upon
President Roosevelt's action on the re
port submitted by the Department of
Agriculture In connection with the tar
Iff recently enacted by Germany, which
Will exclude certain classes of Ameri
can meats. The fepprL.-imows that
Germany ts sending to the J United
States great, quantities of goods! that
contain more or. less adulterants of a
harmful - na-iure. Secretary Wilson
supposed that the report of the de
partment" chemists-would be printed
and be used a the basis of some step
looking to the modification of this Ger
man law prohibiting the importation of
American meat,' But ':, a yet the
President has not' taken any action In
the matter. ; There ha ben a. general
rule In operation to refuse Invoices to
goods which would not be permitted to
be sold In the 'country, ot export. As
the Cerman law which excludes Amer--
lean meat that are packed' itt certalVi
acid preservatives does nqt go Into ef
fect until November, there is still time
to consider measures of retaliation, if
such 'shall be deemed-advisable
OHIO , REPUBLICAN V PLATFORM
Ohio may te said to have struck the
keynote of jthe Republican Congres
sional campaign. The! tariff Is'the first
subject discussed, and may therefore
be considered the paramount issue. It
Is evident that more th'an one mind
contributed to the construction of the
tart nr, plank. Reciprocity, it- Is said.
must not be used to destroy home In
dustries, but 'reciprocity may be used
to open the markets of other countries
to the productions of our country
the object of reciprocity In all countries
Is to increase, exports, there will be no
great demand for treaties of reciprocity
which do not promise such resul t s.
Cuba for example, might reduce duties
on American product If American du
ties on Cuban sugar and tobacco should
be so reduced as .to Increase their ex
ports of these articles; but Cuba.would
not want Reciprocity that did not prom
Ise such results.. All Nations so shape
legislation as to Increase their exports
There is no need of legislation to en
courage imports.'; Consequently, the
declaration that reciprocity may not
be used tb destroy3 (or injure) home in
dustries may be regarded as a declara
tion ; against reciprocity. ' i 1
Mr. Orosvenor, in his opening speech
intimated that the Republican party
wquld make such revision of the tariff
the requirements of business . de
mand. But tariff revision and treaties
of reciprocity are two different thing.
Duties may be lowered through tariff
revision without' opening our markets
to foreign goods, but no treaty of re
ciprocity can.' be negotiated that does
not hold out a. hope of opening 'our
market to the product of the Nation
with which the treaty is formed.- V
.The second Issue r In importance
touched tpon Is the Philippine policy
of. the late and of the present adminis
tration. , There is no intention of faint
heartedness In the declaration on this
issue. The policy of the two adminis
trations Is Indorsed without qualifica
tion. The' war with Spain, it is .de
clared, was forced upon us against our
will, and the Philippines came to us as
one of the results of that conflict. Be
ing responsible for peace and order in
the : islands, our sovereignty - must be
equal to our responsibility. : . f- -
Trust are recognized as a nacessity
of new conditions in - the industrial
world, but all combination that stifle
competition, control prices, limit pro
duction or unduly Inciase profits or
Values should be '.repressed with a
strong handt ' The Republican party Is
declared, to be the only one from which
relief from the, oppressions of trusts
may ; be .expected.,:-'-;', "' ; i' J,, r ;,. t-;s:,
The Cuban plank indicates the ascen
dency of the administration wing- of the
party , in the convention, Becrproclty
with Cuba is indorsed both as just and
expedient, and as; a measure to carry
out "every obligation of our National
honor, whether expressed or Implied."
"WE TOLD YOU SO "
Democratic leaders,, however, pro
fess to see In the head of the ticket, a
rebuke to the Administration. 'They
say the, real test of the strength of the
dominant party always comes on the
bead of the state ticket. They Ignore
the Increased majorities of Republlean
candidate for Congress and the fact
that local conditions in : two counties
controlled the vote for Governor.". .
Tbe above Is part of an Associated
Press dispatch from Washington. It
Is only fair to add, however, that the
following Is a part of the dispatch:',
"Their expressions' f -satisfaction
are but half-hearted, however " and
they are convincing no one that their
conclusions ore' well founded." '
Thy may convince "no one. at Wash
ington. But they will endeavor to con
vlnce a lot of people in the different
Eastern states in the fall campaign.
They will use the fact of the election'
of i ar Democrat for Governor of Ore
gon, for their advantage, t They niay
not do much "business? -with the fact.
but It is something of a peg to hang 1
an argument on. .
The Statesman predicted this. "We
told you so." How" much good it did
can sever be said. - For the general
: It is commonly inherited.
Teir ire entirely; free from It,
; Pale, weak, pany children are
afflicted with it in nine cases oat of
ten, and many adults suffer from it. '
Common indications are bunches In
the( neck, abscesses, cntaneotu erop
tlons, - inflamed eyelids, tore ears,
rickets, catarrh, wasting-, and g-encra)
debility. . .
Eradicate it, poiitively and absolute
ly. -This statement ia based onjthe
thousand of permanent cares these
medicines hare wrought. '
f My daughter bad scrofula, with eleven
sores on ber neck and about her ears. Hood's
Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and
she' took It and was Cured. She is now In
good health, Mas. J. XL Joxxa. Parker
Hood's Sarsapari:: promise to
al iBk ar.w- IrsshssangK thai MMivtlea
W V MI"S BWSS'S W Kl "STf SVWtf
good of the IlepxiLIican party of the
nation Mr. Furnish' 'election would
have been better than , Mr. Chamber
lain's also for" the party in Oregon,
we think ; thoughth Republicans who
voted for Mr, Chamberlain evidently
did not think so. We predict that
the time will come when some of" them
wilt change their minds. -
HUNTING FOR ISSUES.
When the present- session of , Con
gresa began the leaders of tha reorgan-
izatlon movement in the Democratic
camp had great hopes. 'say a wi
in we nan r rancisco can. i ney ex -
pected to bring' th gold men and the
silver men i 'toTact together arid to fur-
-i-h h- rniini na'rtw tth new i.
u usuv or. wa V
monlzlng the factions was undertaken
by leaders in ; New Tork. Boston and
OhIeai? that f hrlneine- forth rrew
4 i , . . . f. ,
issues w w
members of Congress. The sesaiorf
now about to close. The Congressiokal
camnais-n befora th neonle Is at hnAd.
In fact. In some states It has virtually I
besmn but where, are the new Issues?!
The efforts made In Massachusetts
and in New Tork to restoreharmony
to the divided party have: been futUe.
but wheni compared with ;, what has
been done at Washington to frame new
Issue they - have been dignified x and
respectable. Jt Is doubtful If ever be
fore in political history did a set ,o
party leaders charged with the task
of raising Issues against an ' adminis
tration. make- such a poor and even
contemptible showing. -
Not a single great Issue has been
raised by tle Democrat of the House
or of the Senate. - They have offered
nothing in the way of a, policy as an
alternative to UietRepublicah measures
affecting our relations to Cuba or the
Philippine, the settlement of the. cur
rency problems,' the restriction of im-
migration, t Chinese exclusion,' or the
reorganization of the army. Instead
of dealing with great policies,: the
Democratic leaders have been busily
engaged trying to find sone petty
fraud here and. here. Just as . If the
American people- would overthrow the
administration If it could , be shown
that one or two rascals had managed
to get. Into office and. had jembexzled
all the money they coul lay their
hands On.. . w
' When the j adventurer, Christmas,
sprung his story of fraud and bribery
in connection with the propose pur-
chase of the Danish West Indian Isl-
and Mr. Richardson, ; the Democratic
leader In the House, snapped at the
cnance -or uneartuing a scandal, not-
withstanding: every intelligent man
perceived, that. the story .wa absurd
on the facta of iti.-
With all hi : dragnet . investigation!
Richardson obtained nothing except a I
clear refutation- of every charge that!
had been made by the free and ready j
liar ; who started the sensation. Instead
of developing a sensation he developed I
a rarqe. .. , - : x : '
In the face of that failure Richard-j
on has been more careful In hunting J
frauds but other Democrats have rush-j
ed forward to the chase.
Of late" we
have heard much about thje scandal
they are going to bring to light In con
nection with i General Wood's admin
istration In Cuba but as yet no facts
nave been 1 revealed which In j any
slightest degree justify the assertions I
of the scandal hunters.' General I
Wood himself has met ' the issue by
saying: ; "AH expenditures In. Cuba
are'matter of public resord. "No
money has been expended except on
crompetent-and proper authority,
General Wood Was nuHe right in
treatlns the clamor a. a. matter of
lous. Here are a set "of would-be
laliiin mi'tha v of l i rpnrfll !
election at whicl 'their party will ask
the suffrages of tthe 3 people. Ignoring
every greart Issue- before : the country-
and going about seeking campaign am-
munltionlri the scandals and rumors I
of irresponsible babbler. Even hould
I irnit r.f th TAmi.f icn rmrtv of the
such ammunition be found It would I been killed before, and that he 1 In
avall nothing. Tbe American people au,trlou and persistenL
are not going to be stampeded In this I
campaign ,Vyan assault with
pOtS. . ; . ' .-'.-'t-' '- : '
The editor of the WatertOwn, New j
Tork. Tlmestarted South this ppring
with a very crude Idea of what he I
would see, and hear on the rxd. and
with soma misgiving as to hi per-
sonal safety when. In the sunny wilds. I
He has beert writing to his paper and
says he 1. the most converted mah that
It is possible to Imagine. He especlaUy
rejoices that, he has found out aome-
thing about the negro problem, which f
Is that Northern people do not know
anvlhlnr ahrnit It H ava- Th I
Southern people have ; this problem on j
their mind constantly, and they be-
Heve that ir more of their fellow citi
sen In the North and West would-study
It where It exists. Instead 'of theorizing
about t from a comfortable distance
they would at leastj be more tolerant
In their judgment, of some acts and
practices here, and. possibly. In . some
degree . sympathetic": Mobile, . Ala.
Register. .'( -
.The programme of the Harrimin
lines to bring new people into Oregon
will, be one"; of the best things that
ever happened to this state. That and
the 19905 fair ought to double Oregon's
rPPulOB fn ten years, or more than
Ailllhlla It. j -
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I WORDS FROM MR. FURNISH.
. -- -v .
The Spokane Spokesraan-Revlew of
Wednesday morning last had a idis-
patch from Pendleton, containing an
Interview withMr. Furnteh by the re
porter of that papeTi in which Mr. Fur
nish is represented as saying:
"Having made "what X. consider an
honest, raanly effort for success, 1 fin
ally' t-oncedA defeat, submitting grace
fully to . the; ipeork;'- will with regret
for the result, not no'tnuch on my ac
count nersonallv as for mv Trlends and
I lhfr Republican party in the state. I
I feel the disappointment to the many
j supporter who have stood by me so
loyally- during the campaign. Defeat
lhii n At shaken mv f.ilth In the nrtn
1 ripies and policies of Republicanism,
I and I hope to see the party In Oregon.
I not torn by factional strife as now,
but united and enthusiastic in the up-
nnrt of Ih nitlniul aJmlniniratloti
and for the nomination and election of
I President RooseveK. Probably I shall
j not . take a prominent part In potties
I " luture, tnougn reraainms run-
i si stent itepuoucan. t snail now remain
In Pendleton devotlnar myself to the
lsi business interests lately neglected
I lnis IS SKWgnuorwnra anu maniy,
I . : . . . - i ,
The Mbmtaston of Mr. Furnish to the
will of the majority could not be more
I . .. .... : .
graceruiiy or apuy put.
Georgia always has plenty Of politics
I and gets pletttyof joy therefrom, says
tne new York sun. me vaiaosia
Times say of .one- candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Governor
that "in the light of the fierce fires that
have been burning about the head of
the Hon.! J. M. Terrell that gentlman
has. shown up to advantage," Judge
Ross, of .Macon, says of another pemo
cnttlc candidate 'for Goyernor that Du
Pont puerry is a man as patriotic as
Cinclnnatus, as fearless as Hampden
and as honest "a either.". The Hon.
" - - i '
J. W. Douglass, announcing himself In
the Augusta Chronicle as a candidate
for coroner of (Richmond county. Is
to those who don't know
me a little Inquiry will prove that I
. I---':'- ; - -
am the right kind of man for -the
office." So the good work goes on., i
The money question is a live one in
the Philippines. The Manila Volcano
ca. for; an honest dollar with a ve
nen,ence that exhibits fear that Con-
gres is about
to swamp -the people
j with- never-to-be redeemed Ntokena of
J money. The Volcano sayBa'Can you
I by iaw establish a uniform- value for
Ithl arnrr ' allorl mnniVV Toil
j cannot. Why? I t I withput virtue; it
doe8 not know that Its redeemer liveth;
I has no character j and law cannot make
j character; :;lt can only protect charac
I ter from the incu rsions of the vicious
I and the bad. What I wanted 1n this
i archipelago is the American - honest
(dollar and no other. In that dollar.
land that alone, Is honesty.
The dirty eleventh-hour campaign
that wa. Waged against Hon. J. R.
Whitney, the Republican candidate for
state Printer, did not avail his detrac
tors anything, i Mr. vnitney was
elected by a very large majority. He
lis a clean.; honest man and will give
to the etate an I efficient -and econom-
cal administration of that office, as he
If Mr. Furnish had carried his own
county he would have been elected. If
he: had carried Multnomah county he
would have been elected. If he had
Carried Marion he would have been
elected. : And 'there are- a good, many
other iff that would have made his
candidacy a, successful one.
The posslbVa visit of Kaiser William
to the United States In connection
with the an veiling of the statue, of
Frederick the- Great isfraught with
the possibility that the real republic
. ... .At ,1" ' - KarkAtMS 4fsk' Maatttr
Pc?r. ..ngs.-an jose ier-
Now will M ft Simon quit
good TT Portland Kyentng Telegram. 1
He will do neither: But his sphere I
political activity1 ?wjll. be small for. a
. n ime--nd possibly for all time
thouch-lt must be kdmltted that he has
, , ,.r 1 . , j.
The Republicans .i 'of ' Marion county
will probably iwt be allowed to forget
forsom time the fact that they might
hav made sure the election of Mr
Furnish, and did not. But It ilt nof
be right to blame this onto the Repub
jlicans who voted straight; and they are)
fin the majority.
There Is no- use getting excited andj
cal,ln' !,n..or miWn faces. These!
me" theOregonlan 1 accusln of de-
Seating Mr. Furnish are all Republi
eanThey will be needed In the bar-
nvnlou" , w f the party In the fu-
ure. I ney ,cannot - ana Wilt not D
driven or read out of the pajty.
Chamberlain win Jiavethe ap
pointment of the offlcers at the Pen
ttentlary and the Soldiers' Horrie. This1:
will be Uvo extent of hi power to
chAn mtterf without the aid and
I consent of a Republican on one of tbe
other boards- ; , '- :. .
Adlal Stevenson, has just contribut
ed-an aiticle to a Philadelphia news
paper, entitled "Thoughts . of Great
Men" and ha again - subsided. 1 It
would seem that the high -gear, speed
of the Illinois statesman was-ony for a
temporary spurts -. -
Aurora prerfrtct gave Governor Geer
42 votes for United States Senator, C.
I j " -l
r i .it In
CUTICUEA SOAP, to cleanse the't Ha
Of crusts gad scales and soften the thick
ened cutclCtlTlCUKA OIItTMiHT,
to InstaalTT allay itchin j, iaflamm
Uon, ad lrriUtl0B,'and soothe god heal,
and CUTICUKA RESOLVEIf T PILLS,
to cool and deansthe blood. A SINGLE
SET of these great skla cnratiTes is
Often sufficient to cure the jnost tor tor
iof, disf irnriaj, itching, borniag, bleed
lot, crusted, scaly, and pimply skin,
scalp, and blood humours, with lot cf
bair, when all else failj. .
nillionG of Peoplo
Us CcncosA Soar, aaalated by (i rin aa
OISTMKST. Ivr prwerTla, purifj-ltii:. and
beautifying the akin, for cleansing Uie ap
.. iof ernata, acalea, ana UanUrun, and Ure slop.
ping of falling hair, for softening, wliitri-ltiri-
and aootlilog red, rough, sad. sure hatblt , for i
baby raabea, ttchlnga, and channira, BJ-t for
all the purposes of tbe toliet, bath, and i. ura.
Sry. stlUionaof Women uaCtrruvKAKAj
ta tha form of hatha for annoying irnt it. -na,
IalisminBtV4, wn ezeortationa, or too free ",' :.
or offsaalxs perspiration, loi the form of
tp-wsBbes" for ulceratlre weakseaaca, an l for
aany sanaUTe, anuaeptld purpea hlcti i
readily aujjert tbenuelres to women. . j
Curiam Bbmlvkst Pnxs (Choer.lats i
Coated) are a new. taateleaa, odor lea.- oco t
Bomicklsuhatitute for the rrlebraterf fH;iit
Cmcrsa REaoLvirjrr.as well as for all her V v
blood ptuifiers and hunvmr cores. I n in. row- -Cap
vialSt containing 60 dotes, price 23c. , ( -
SaM ChrsortMWt th wwM.
Sr, IV . OiwT' twt, I
a, . PtUAl . Brttuk iMvoti
Vmdrm. reach Ixputi a Hn4
Ssa iac caaa. Cuar Saia
4, la Paru for-:
hill, Soato. V. a A..L
K. S. Wood 10. C. W. Fulton 2-8." and
H. W. Scott Z. That was the only pr-
Iclnct In the county wherethe was
'any departure of this.kind.,
Both Polk and Marion counties svm
destined . to havej t)emocrallc shf:irfs.
The electors seem to have formt'd the
habit of voting for Democrats for iljt
two offices, and are not dispoffl to
break themselves, of it.
.-.The American Medeeine. a Journal of
good standing, declares that "thrrt is"
not on record an authentl4Ufd t.
snakebite cured, by whiskpy. tf ilii,'
opinion prevails.it will SfiitiUHly inter-"'
fere with the fishing habit.
i Marion county did (tiotda her duly
by the head of the Republican t:t".
ticket. ' But there Aire others a n inV-"
ber of others; by no means th b-hnt
among them being Multnomah, "tw s.ty
nothing of Umatilla. "J '.""'. ;-
R Is suggested -that historian
lay ha bnly oifi course' open 'to hiiii
now to keep himself Before the iuM.o.
He might write a diary telling fr.m
day to day what he thinks, of hlrn-lf.
The i0f egxn- lgisjatufe will 1 k a
great deal like former . LegUlaJuri'S.
There; will riot be many new fcij'f. ns
there are onjy a few new fiatm-1. U
will be an able body of men
Vater Cure finished away ba-;'. in
the Brooklyn Handicap a week i'
last Saturday. The horse was pxl-
ably thinking of Water Cure' fini U in
Congress and lost courage. -
It Is predicted that'Mr. Chami-r!.ii.-i
will, come to Salem to live, and .that
he wilt give his whole time to the du
ties of the office. ,
It is "all over now. . Let there In- -peace
In the Republican party In lt$-,
gon, If such a blessed stte Is prtsalhlX
THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN
p :' ': .
WIL.L VISIT THE PACIFIC COAST
NKXT SPRING ANNOUNCE-;
1 MENT MADE YESTERDAY. '
WASHINGTON, June 4. The Presf-
dent today, promised Representative
McLaurin, of California.; and Jotyn.
ICughes of Los Angeles, organiser of
Teddie' Terrors." that he would visit
Los Angeles some - time- during the
spring of 1903. .
r;-.-:- . ' -
Saved from An Awful Fste. :
"Everybody said f hadfeon sumption.
writes Mrs. A. M. SMeds, of Cham-bersbufg.-'Pa
"I was so low after six
months of severe sickness, caused by
Hay - Fever and Asthma that few
thought I could get well, but I learned
of the marvelous merit of Dr. King's.
New Discovery for Consumption, used
it, and was completely cured. For
desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it
Is the safest cure In the- world, and 1
Infallible for Coughs. Colds ald. Bron
chial Affection, " Guarftnteel bottl
50c and 11.00. Trial bottles free at .
Dr. S tone's Dru g Store. , ,
CASTOR 1 A
. For ZaXants and CUlirca. -
lb KfciYca J12T3 AIjj E::ful